So, if you are dissatisfied with the condition, style or position of a fence between your lot and that of another homeowner, it’s important that you understand that there are legal implications to making changes to a barrier or divider that affects both properties.
It’s wise to research your local bylaws before declaring that maintenance is needed, or moving forward with arbitrary
changes that may not sit well with your neighbour or your municipality.
There seems to be an app for just about everything these days. If you have a smart phone, you know what I’m talking about!
Real estate, however, is different. It takes a skilled professional to help sell your property, find your next dream home, and get you the best deals. An app simply can’t do that.
That’s why I always make myself available to valued clients like you. If you have a question, or want an update on the local real estate market, give me a call anytime.
All the best!
Waterproof Note Pad: Whether you’re relaxing by the pool, or thinking in the shower, there’s no need to risk getting your tech device wet to make note of your latest ideas. Instead, you can jot them down using a waterproof pen on an environmentally friendly waterproof note pad. So, if your best ideas come to you in the shower, or while relaxing by the pool, they won’t dissolve into nothing.
Wireless, waterproof ear buds: Whether you’re a determined lap swimmer or a poolside sunbather, you’ll appreciate ear buds that deliver your favourite tunes without worry of water or wires.
Small Screen Image Projector: Imagine your favourite downloaded movies and video clips being projected from your smartphone onto the nearest wall or makeshift screen. Share pictures and videos at family gatherings or be ready to present files at an impromptu business meeting.
New Map App: Imagine setting a filter on your smartphone maps to display only what interests you – restaurants, night clubs, concert halls, art galleries, sports venues, distilleries, wineries, breweries, parking lots – you want it, you got it!
Their fill materials may be varied, but most are made from hypo-allergenic synthetics, with many having a composition that can dissipate body heat and moisture away from contact points.
In addition to providing you with a cooler surface, so-called memory foam prevents bunching, and is available in a choice of densities from soft to firm. By addressing a range of factors that affect your quality of sleep, a new pillow could eliminate or reduce discomforts that might otherwise have you tossing and turning.